BGC Market Market: Indoor Bazaar ‘s Variety and Affordability 

Market! Market!’s name has exclamation points for a reason. Location and selection are the outdoor mall’s strengths making it a favorite shopping spot for those who like to shop in a clean and airy environment. It is a one stop shopping haven in Bonifacio Global City offering a wide array of value shopping, dining and entertainment options for everyone.

About the Mall

Although it is an open air market, the people who frequent the place belong to the upper middle class and the upper class. The place has over 60 vendors that sell anything from fruits, vegetables, grains and products that one cannot find in other supermarkets in the metro.

Paled in Comparison

When being compared to other counterparts in Taguig , such as Uptown Mall, BHS Central and SM Aura , this would end up as a mall In Greenhills, teeming with so many people. Chaos abound , but many high end restaurant establishment seem to avoid having their place there. Definitely not worth for leisure , particularly on weekends and peak hours. It’s very crowded. Needs renovation badly. Movie watching here is not worth the effort. Shame that it is a property of Ayala.

 A trip to the mall is not complete without a good meal – or two. Especially after walking for hours and shopping, you’ll need a filling meal to replenish your energy.

It’s a good thing that most malls in the metro have a good selection of restaurants and food chains where shoppers can dine after a long shopping day.

Fiesta market

One of the places that you won’t miss to go for a food trip wheneveryou are is the Fiesta Market of Market Market at the Fort Bonifacio Global City.

The place is located at the left side of the mall just besides the Transport Passenger Terminal. Fiesta Market includes wet type market sections, this include a fruits and vegetables section, plants and flowers section, there are also stalls that sell rice, meat and fish.

The place is also a paradise for dining, the food court offers a wide variety of food stalls to choose from. There are also several specialty restaurants at the back side for those who are there to celebrate an occasion.

Many shoppers go in central alley where line of kiosk that sell regional food and delicacies are located. Each kiosk offer regional food and delicacies at certain region of the Philippines. The place is source of regional food whenever you are or the family craves one.

How to get in there?


Step 1.

Either: (i) Take the MRT (fare is P13.00–P24.00) or a southbound bus going to Baclaran and alight at MRT Ayala Station.

Or: (ii) Take the Premium Point-to-Point (P2P) Bus Service (fare is P55.00) at Trinoma Mall bus terminal and get off at Glorietta 5. Walk to MRT Ayala Station.

The BGC Bus Terminal in Ayala is at the Telus House Mckinley Exchange Building, near MRT Ayala Station.


Step 1. Take the MRT (fare is P13.00–P24.00) or take a southbound bus and get off at Guadalupe Station.

Step 2. Take the north exit to find the jeepney terminal near Jollibee, and ride a jeepney going to AFP Housing or Gate 3, which will drop you at Market! Market!


Jeepney / FX Near Metro Department Store and Playzone (Operating Hours: From 10am to 10pm)

Jeepney / FX Open Parking Area (Operating Hours: From 6am to 10am)

Bus Open Parking Area (Operating Hours 6am to 10pm)

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